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Learn the latest information in dairy nutrition and management by attending the virtual 2021 Four-State Dairy Nutrition and Management Conference on June 9-10.
    June 9 and 10 will feature live morning sessions designed to promote interaction and discussion between participants and the speakers. All presentations will be pre-recorded and will be made available to participants for viewing before the conference and for 60 days after the conference. General sessions will also have a live component with speakers providing a 5-minute live summary of their recorded presentation. This will be followed with a 45-minute to one-hour question and discussion period between session speakers and participants. We encourage participants to watch the recorded presentation before the conference and come with your questions. Breakout session will not have a live component, but you will be able to contact speakers directly with your questions.
    For details and to register, visit http://fourstatedairy.org/ or contact Jim Salfer at salfe001@umn.edu or 320-203-6093.
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Start Time: 1:00 PM
End Time: 5:00 PM
The 2021 Minnesota Dairy Health Conference will be presented online between May 6 and July 8. The conference is planned for veterinarians, industry professionals and consultants, and leading dairy producers. The registration is $55 per four-hour session or $187 when registering for all four afternoons. Registration will include follow-up electronic access to each speaker’s materials and recorded presentation. Continuing education credits are available for veterinarians who attend.
     The individual sessions will cover investigating disease and managing outbreaks in heifers (May 6); managing transition cows to optimize health and performance (May 27); making better mastitis control decisions and using less antibiotics (June 17); and adopting a systems approach to vaccination protocols (July 8).
     The University of Minnesota Extension and Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association are cosponsoring the session.
     Here are the specifics for each session:
     – May 6, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Practice Building Opportunities in Youngstock Management”
    – May 27, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Keeping Cows Healthy is the Key for Productivity”
    – June 17, 1-4:30 p.m. CDT, “Mastitis Treatment Best Practices”
    – July 8, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Systems-Based Approach to Vaccine Considerations”
    More information is available on the conference website – dairyhealthconference.umn.edu
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End Time: 1:00 PM
Learn the latest information in dairy nutrition and management by attending the virtual 2021 Four-State Dairy Nutrition and Management Conference on June 9-10.
    June 9 and 10 will feature live morning sessions designed to promote interaction and discussion between participants and the speakers. All presentations will be pre-recorded and will be made available to participants for viewing before the conference and for 60 days after the conference. General sessions will also have a live component with speakers providing a 5-minute live summary of their recorded presentation. This will be followed with a 45-minute to one-hour question and discussion period between session speakers and participants. We encourage participants to watch the recorded presentation before the conference and come with your questions. Breakout session will not have a live component, but you will be able to contact speakers directly with your questions.
    For details and to register, visit http://fourstatedairy.org/ or contact Jim Salfer at salfe001@umn.edu or 320-203-6093.
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Start Time: 1:00 PM
End Time: 5:00 PM
The 2021 Minnesota Dairy Health Conference will be presented online between May 6 and July 8. The conference is planned for veterinarians, industry professionals and consultants, and leading dairy producers. The registration is $55 per four-hour session or $187 when registering for all four afternoons. Registration will include follow-up electronic access to each speaker’s materials and recorded presentation. Continuing education credits are available for veterinarians who attend.
     The individual sessions will cover investigating disease and managing outbreaks in heifers (May 6); managing transition cows to optimize health and performance (May 27); making better mastitis control decisions and using less antibiotics (June 17); and adopting a systems approach to vaccination protocols (July 8).
     The University of Minnesota Extension and Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association are cosponsoring the session.
     Here are the specifics for each session:
     – May 6, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Practice Building Opportunities in Youngstock Management”
    – May 27, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Keeping Cows Healthy is the Key for Productivity”
    – June 17, 1-4:30 p.m. CDT, “Mastitis Treatment Best Practices”
    – July 8, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Systems-Based Approach to Vaccine Considerations”
    More information is available on the conference website – dairyhealthconference.umn.edu
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Start Time: Time to be determined
End Time: 1:00 PM
Learn the latest information in dairy nutrition and management by attending the virtual 2021 Four-State Dairy Nutrition and Management Conference on June 9-10.
    June 9 and 10 will feature live morning sessions designed to promote interaction and discussion between participants and the speakers. All presentations will be pre-recorded and will be made available to participants for viewing before the conference and for 60 days after the conference. General sessions will also have a live component with speakers providing a 5-minute live summary of their recorded presentation. This will be followed with a 45-minute to one-hour question and discussion period between session speakers and participants. We encourage participants to watch the recorded presentation before the conference and come with your questions. Breakout session will not have a live component, but you will be able to contact speakers directly with your questions.
    For details and to register, visit http://fourstatedairy.org/ or contact Jim Salfer at salfe001@umn.edu or 320-203-6093.
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Start Time: 1:00 PM
End Time: 5:00 PM
The 2021 Minnesota Dairy Health Conference will be presented online between May 6 and July 8. The conference is planned for veterinarians, industry professionals and consultants, and leading dairy producers. The registration is $55 per four-hour session or $187 when registering for all four afternoons. Registration will include follow-up electronic access to each speaker’s materials and recorded presentation. Continuing education credits are available for veterinarians who attend.
     The individual sessions will cover investigating disease and managing outbreaks in heifers (May 6); managing transition cows to optimize health and performance (May 27); making better mastitis control decisions and using less antibiotics (June 17); and adopting a systems approach to vaccination protocols (July 8).
     The University of Minnesota Extension and Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association are cosponsoring the session.
     Here are the specifics for each session:
     – May 6, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Practice Building Opportunities in Youngstock Management”
    – May 27, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Keeping Cows Healthy is the Key for Productivity”
    – June 17, 1-4:30 p.m. CDT, “Mastitis Treatment Best Practices”
    – July 8, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Systems-Based Approach to Vaccine Considerations”
    More information is available on the conference website – dairyhealthconference.umn.edu
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Start Time: 6:30 PM
End Time: 7:30 PM
University of Minnesota Extension, along with Minnesota Beef Council, will host several online Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) and Secure Beef Supply (SBS) training sessions starting in April through June. Producers only need to attend one of these free workshops to receive a three-year BQA certification, and they will also learn the steps needed to begin their own Secure Beef Supply plan.
    Pre-registration is required. You will not be able to access the Zoom meeting room without first pre-registering and receiving the secure Zoom link and passcode from Extension staff. The two-hour training and certification session is free. Only one person from each operation is required to be certified to ensure the entire operation follows the BQA standards. However, everyone who handles and manages fed cattle is encouraged to become BQA certified.  Certification is good for three years.
    Register for the online training using the specific link for the training you wish to attend:
    – Tuesday, May 18 at 6:30 p.m.: z.umn.edu/BQAMay18
    – Thursday, June at 6:30 p.m.: z.umn.edu/BQAJune3
    Families are able to view the training on the same computer/mobile device, and all viewers will receive credit for certification. At the time of entering the Zoom webinar you will be instructed to enter the registration code of all participants viewing the webinar from your computer/mobile device, and only those whose registration code is submitted during the time of the webinar will receive credit for completing the online certification.
    If you have any questions regarding certification or how to pre-register, please contact Stacey Caughey at butle269@umn.edu. Those unable to attend a scheduled Zoom session can also earn free certification online, anytime, at www.BQA.org. 
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Start Time: Time to be determined
End Time: 1:00 PM
Learn the latest information in dairy nutrition and management by attending the virtual 2021 Four-State Dairy Nutrition and Management Conference on June 9-10.
    June 9 and 10 will feature live morning sessions designed to promote interaction and discussion between participants and the speakers. All presentations will be pre-recorded and will be made available to participants for viewing before the conference and for 60 days after the conference. General sessions will also have a live component with speakers providing a 5-minute live summary of their recorded presentation. This will be followed with a 45-minute to one-hour question and discussion period between session speakers and participants. We encourage participants to watch the recorded presentation before the conference and come with your questions. Breakout session will not have a live component, but you will be able to contact speakers directly with your questions.
    For details and to register, visit http://fourstatedairy.org/ or contact Jim Salfer at salfe001@umn.edu or 320-203-6093.
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Start Time: 1:00 PM
End Time: 5:00 PM
The 2021 Minnesota Dairy Health Conference will be presented online between May 6 and July 8. The conference is planned for veterinarians, industry professionals and consultants, and leading dairy producers. The registration is $55 per four-hour session or $187 when registering for all four afternoons. Registration will include follow-up electronic access to each speaker’s materials and recorded presentation. Continuing education credits are available for veterinarians who attend.
     The individual sessions will cover investigating disease and managing outbreaks in heifers (May 6); managing transition cows to optimize health and performance (May 27); making better mastitis control decisions and using less antibiotics (June 17); and adopting a systems approach to vaccination protocols (July 8).
     The University of Minnesota Extension and Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association are cosponsoring the session.
     Here are the specifics for each session:
     – May 6, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Practice Building Opportunities in Youngstock Management”
    – May 27, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Keeping Cows Healthy is the Key for Productivity”
    – June 17, 1-4:30 p.m. CDT, “Mastitis Treatment Best Practices”
    – July 8, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Systems-Based Approach to Vaccine Considerations”
    More information is available on the conference website – dairyhealthconference.umn.edu
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Start Time: 6:30 PM
End Time: 7:30 PM
University of Minnesota Extension, along with Minnesota Beef Council, will host several online Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) and Secure Beef Supply (SBS) training sessions starting in April through June. Producers only need to attend one of these free workshops to receive a three-year BQA certification, and they will also learn the steps needed to begin their own Secure Beef Supply plan.
    Pre-registration is required. You will not be able to access the Zoom meeting room without first pre-registering and receiving the secure Zoom link and passcode from Extension staff. The two-hour training and certification session is free. Only one person from each operation is required to be certified to ensure the entire operation follows the BQA standards. However, everyone who handles and manages fed cattle is encouraged to become BQA certified.  Certification is good for three years.
    Register for the online training using the specific link for the training you wish to attend:
    – Tuesday, May 18 at 6:30 p.m.: z.umn.edu/BQAMay18
    – Thursday, June at 6:30 p.m.: z.umn.edu/BQAJune3
    Families are able to view the training on the same computer/mobile device, and all viewers will receive credit for certification. At the time of entering the Zoom webinar you will be instructed to enter the registration code of all participants viewing the webinar from your computer/mobile device, and only those whose registration code is submitted during the time of the webinar will receive credit for completing the online certification.
    If you have any questions regarding certification or how to pre-register, please contact Stacey Caughey at butle269@umn.edu. Those unable to attend a scheduled Zoom session can also earn free certification online, anytime, at www.BQA.org. 
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Start Time: Time to be determined
End Time: 1:00 PM
Learn the latest information in dairy nutrition and management by attending the virtual 2021 Four-State Dairy Nutrition and Management Conference on June 9-10.
    June 9 and 10 will feature live morning sessions designed to promote interaction and discussion between participants and the speakers. All presentations will be pre-recorded and will be made available to participants for viewing before the conference and for 60 days after the conference. General sessions will also have a live component with speakers providing a 5-minute live summary of their recorded presentation. This will be followed with a 45-minute to one-hour question and discussion period between session speakers and participants. We encourage participants to watch the recorded presentation before the conference and come with your questions. Breakout session will not have a live component, but you will be able to contact speakers directly with your questions.
    For details and to register, visit http://fourstatedairy.org/ or contact Jim Salfer at salfe001@umn.edu or 320-203-6093.
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Start Time: 1:00 PM
End Time: 5:00 PM
The 2021 Minnesota Dairy Health Conference will be presented online between May 6 and July 8. The conference is planned for veterinarians, industry professionals and consultants, and leading dairy producers. The registration is $55 per four-hour session or $187 when registering for all four afternoons. Registration will include follow-up electronic access to each speaker’s materials and recorded presentation. Continuing education credits are available for veterinarians who attend.
     The individual sessions will cover investigating disease and managing outbreaks in heifers (May 6); managing transition cows to optimize health and performance (May 27); making better mastitis control decisions and using less antibiotics (June 17); and adopting a systems approach to vaccination protocols (July 8).
     The University of Minnesota Extension and Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association are cosponsoring the session.
     Here are the specifics for each session:
     – May 6, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Practice Building Opportunities in Youngstock Management”
    – May 27, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Keeping Cows Healthy is the Key for Productivity”
    – June 17, 1-4:30 p.m. CDT, “Mastitis Treatment Best Practices”
    – July 8, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Systems-Based Approach to Vaccine Considerations”
    More information is available on the conference website – dairyhealthconference.umn.edu
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Start Time: 6:30 PM
End Time: 7:30 PM
University of Minnesota Extension, along with Minnesota Beef Council, will host several online Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) and Secure Beef Supply (SBS) training sessions starting in April through June. Producers only need to attend one of these free workshops to receive a three-year BQA certification, and they will also learn the steps needed to begin their own Secure Beef Supply plan.
    Pre-registration is required. You will not be able to access the Zoom meeting room without first pre-registering and receiving the secure Zoom link and passcode from Extension staff. The two-hour training and certification session is free. Only one person from each operation is required to be certified to ensure the entire operation follows the BQA standards. However, everyone who handles and manages fed cattle is encouraged to become BQA certified.  Certification is good for three years.
    Register for the online training using the specific link for the training you wish to attend:
    – Tuesday, May 18 at 6:30 p.m.: z.umn.edu/BQAMay18
    – Thursday, June at 6:30 p.m.: z.umn.edu/BQAJune3
    Families are able to view the training on the same computer/mobile device, and all viewers will receive credit for certification. At the time of entering the Zoom webinar you will be instructed to enter the registration code of all participants viewing the webinar from your computer/mobile device, and only those whose registration code is submitted during the time of the webinar will receive credit for completing the online certification.
    If you have any questions regarding certification or how to pre-register, please contact Stacey Caughey at butle269@umn.edu. Those unable to attend a scheduled Zoom session can also earn free certification online, anytime, at www.BQA.org. 
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Start Time: Time to be determined
End Time: 1:00 PM
Learn the latest information in dairy nutrition and management by attending the virtual 2021 Four-State Dairy Nutrition and Management Conference on June 9-10.
    June 9 and 10 will feature live morning sessions designed to promote interaction and discussion between participants and the speakers. All presentations will be pre-recorded and will be made available to participants for viewing before the conference and for 60 days after the conference. General sessions will also have a live component with speakers providing a 5-minute live summary of their recorded presentation. This will be followed with a 45-minute to one-hour question and discussion period between session speakers and participants. We encourage participants to watch the recorded presentation before the conference and come with your questions. Breakout session will not have a live component, but you will be able to contact speakers directly with your questions.
    For details and to register, visit http://fourstatedairy.org/ or contact Jim Salfer at salfe001@umn.edu or 320-203-6093.
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Start Time: 1:00 PM
End Time: 5:00 PM
The 2021 Minnesota Dairy Health Conference will be presented online between May 6 and July 8. The conference is planned for veterinarians, industry professionals and consultants, and leading dairy producers. The registration is $55 per four-hour session or $187 when registering for all four afternoons. Registration will include follow-up electronic access to each speaker’s materials and recorded presentation. Continuing education credits are available for veterinarians who attend.
     The individual sessions will cover investigating disease and managing outbreaks in heifers (May 6); managing transition cows to optimize health and performance (May 27); making better mastitis control decisions and using less antibiotics (June 17); and adopting a systems approach to vaccination protocols (July 8).
     The University of Minnesota Extension and Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association are cosponsoring the session.
     Here are the specifics for each session:
     – May 6, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Practice Building Opportunities in Youngstock Management”
    – May 27, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Keeping Cows Healthy is the Key for Productivity”
    – June 17, 1-4:30 p.m. CDT, “Mastitis Treatment Best Practices”
    – July 8, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Systems-Based Approach to Vaccine Considerations”
    More information is available on the conference website – dairyhealthconference.umn.edu
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Start Time: 6:30 PM
End Time: 7:30 PM
University of Minnesota Extension, along with Minnesota Beef Council, will host several online Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) and Secure Beef Supply (SBS) training sessions starting in April through June. Producers only need to attend one of these free workshops to receive a three-year BQA certification, and they will also learn the steps needed to begin their own Secure Beef Supply plan.
    Pre-registration is required. You will not be able to access the Zoom meeting room without first pre-registering and receiving the secure Zoom link and passcode from Extension staff. The two-hour training and certification session is free. Only one person from each operation is required to be certified to ensure the entire operation follows the BQA standards. However, everyone who handles and manages fed cattle is encouraged to become BQA certified.  Certification is good for three years.
    Register for the online training using the specific link for the training you wish to attend:
    – Tuesday, May 18 at 6:30 p.m.: z.umn.edu/BQAMay18
    – Thursday, June at 6:30 p.m.: z.umn.edu/BQAJune3
    Families are able to view the training on the same computer/mobile device, and all viewers will receive credit for certification. At the time of entering the Zoom webinar you will be instructed to enter the registration code of all participants viewing the webinar from your computer/mobile device, and only those whose registration code is submitted during the time of the webinar will receive credit for completing the online certification.
    If you have any questions regarding certification or how to pre-register, please contact Stacey Caughey at butle269@umn.edu. Those unable to attend a scheduled Zoom session can also earn free certification online, anytime, at www.BQA.org. 
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Start Time: Time to be determined
End Time: 1:00 PM
Learn the latest information in dairy nutrition and management by attending the virtual 2021 Four-State Dairy Nutrition and Management Conference on June 9-10.
    June 9 and 10 will feature live morning sessions designed to promote interaction and discussion between participants and the speakers. All presentations will be pre-recorded and will be made available to participants for viewing before the conference and for 60 days after the conference. General sessions will also have a live component with speakers providing a 5-minute live summary of their recorded presentation. This will be followed with a 45-minute to one-hour question and discussion period between session speakers and participants. We encourage participants to watch the recorded presentation before the conference and come with your questions. Breakout session will not have a live component, but you will be able to contact speakers directly with your questions.
    For details and to register, visit http://fourstatedairy.org/ or contact Jim Salfer at salfe001@umn.edu or 320-203-6093.
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Start Time: 1:00 PM
End Time: 5:00 PM
The 2021 Minnesota Dairy Health Conference will be presented online between May 6 and July 8. The conference is planned for veterinarians, industry professionals and consultants, and leading dairy producers. The registration is $55 per four-hour session or $187 when registering for all four afternoons. Registration will include follow-up electronic access to each speaker’s materials and recorded presentation. Continuing education credits are available for veterinarians who attend.
     The individual sessions will cover investigating disease and managing outbreaks in heifers (May 6); managing transition cows to optimize health and performance (May 27); making better mastitis control decisions and using less antibiotics (June 17); and adopting a systems approach to vaccination protocols (July 8).
     The University of Minnesota Extension and Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association are cosponsoring the session.
     Here are the specifics for each session:
     – May 6, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Practice Building Opportunities in Youngstock Management”
    – May 27, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Keeping Cows Healthy is the Key for Productivity”
    – June 17, 1-4:30 p.m. CDT, “Mastitis Treatment Best Practices”
    – July 8, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Systems-Based Approach to Vaccine Considerations”
    More information is available on the conference website – dairyhealthconference.umn.edu
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Start Time: 6:30 PM
End Time: 7:30 PM
University of Minnesota Extension, along with Minnesota Beef Council, will host several online Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) and Secure Beef Supply (SBS) training sessions starting in April through June. Producers only need to attend one of these free workshops to receive a three-year BQA certification, and they will also learn the steps needed to begin their own Secure Beef Supply plan.
    Pre-registration is required. You will not be able to access the Zoom meeting room without first pre-registering and receiving the secure Zoom link and passcode from Extension staff. The two-hour training and certification session is free. Only one person from each operation is required to be certified to ensure the entire operation follows the BQA standards. However, everyone who handles and manages fed cattle is encouraged to become BQA certified.  Certification is good for three years.
    Register for the online training using the specific link for the training you wish to attend:
    – Tuesday, May 18 at 6:30 p.m.: z.umn.edu/BQAMay18
    – Thursday, June at 6:30 p.m.: z.umn.edu/BQAJune3
    Families are able to view the training on the same computer/mobile device, and all viewers will receive credit for certification. At the time of entering the Zoom webinar you will be instructed to enter the registration code of all participants viewing the webinar from your computer/mobile device, and only those whose registration code is submitted during the time of the webinar will receive credit for completing the online certification.
    If you have any questions regarding certification or how to pre-register, please contact Stacey Caughey at butle269@umn.edu. Those unable to attend a scheduled Zoom session can also earn free certification online, anytime, at www.BQA.org. 
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